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First of all, welcome to Mixed Up Money — the best blog ever (self-confidence is important, guys). This Canadian personal finance website launched in 2015, a time in which the only things that existed in my life were night clubs, clothing stores and debt. Now-a-days, things are much different.
After paying off over $10,000 of consumer debt and student loans, I began to change my entire financial world by creating new forms of income, living modestly, and paying off my credit cards before they even had a balance.
Over the past years, I have gotten married, moved a few times, and just recently became a mother to one extremely fun-loving baby girl.
Here at Mixed Up Money, we don’t preach frugality, we don’t expect you to be perfect, and we certainly realize that money isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. On this blog, we tell stories of wins & failures when it comes to money. We also provide you with tips and tools to create a healthy vision of what financial success looks like — for you and only you.
The only things that matter in my life these days are the 3 M’s. Money, motherhood and machiattos. Because nothing says parenting as well as an overpriced latte you got before you started your full day of staring at a computer screen while you daydream about bubble baths.
Finances are way too complicated, outdated, and boring. But they don’t have to be.
As a blog that originated as a way to hold myself accountable during the most stressful and difficult time in my life, it has become a true passion. Not only do I want to learn all there is to know about money – I want you to learn it too.
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Disclaimer: I'm not an expert — which is why people read my blog. Not only do I make money easy and fun, I do it in a way that allows my readers to relate. Made a mistake with your finances? Don't worry. Chances are high that I have too. The stigma of debt and personal finance is still alive & well, but I want millennial moms to feel comfortable discussing the last taboo.
I am neither a certified financial planner, a certified public accountant, or an expert in any type of finance. MixedUpMoney.com should be viewed and shared for educational and entertainment purposes only. My posts are based on my personal experiences, and all readers should consider consulting an investment professional before making any financial decisions.